Here’s a bit of what you’ll find in this week’s PDD Calendar:
The Zeitgeist Arts complex is the place to find art and film becoming entangled, juggling maniac Tuey performs stunts and tricks at the Duluth Public Library, Tuesday is Market Day in the Plaza on the UMD campus, the 60th anniversary of the passing of last Union Civil War soldier and Duluthian Albert Woolson is marked, the 2016 National Night Out brings together police and communities, Charlie Parr and Red Mountain both get a chance to make up for their weather-scuttled outdoor concerts on Glensheen Mansion’s pier and the 2016 Spirit Valley Days celebration begins on Wednesday.
Paul and Gene and a guy dressed like Ace and a guy dressed like Peter return to the DECC for one of the summer’s biggest concerts, a musical about a director facing a midlife crisis hits The Underground, Mozart and pantomime are married at Mitchell Auditorium, Beaner’s Central is the place for all-ages metal, the Howling Moon Music Festival returns to Bayfront Park, a classic Rob Reiner film plays at Movies in the Park on Friday, what’s left of the Beach Boys and the Temptations perform at the DECC to help celebrate the complex’s 50th anniversary and the co-president of the Freedom From Religion Foundation speaks at the Radisson on Sunday morning.
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